The Twitter problem that could change history
Monthly history column on TIME.com/History
On electability in American politics
Appearances on C-SPAN's American History TV
America's divides have never been simple
"History is Hot": my op-ed in Inside Higher Ed.
An interview with AJ+ about the 2016 Presidential election, with now more than 7.5 million views on Facebook
Interview with the Lithuanian foreign affairs magazine, IQ
Discussing Poland's Holocaust law on BOLD TV
Discussing the experiences of Jewish immigrants to New York City post-1945 on NY1 television to mark the opening of our exhibition "New York: City of Refuge"
On Fake News and Fake History, published by the Foreign Policy Research Institute
Sharing the stories of American Jewish veterans of World War II on State of Belief radio.
A column on the state of the history profession in the winter 2017 issue of "History News"
Speaking about history communication on the Historically Thinking podcast
Interviewed for the upcoming documentary "Paywall," on the business of academic publishing
Filming a PSA for SoundExchange as part of their Project72 campaign asking internet radio to pay full royalties to pre-1972 musicians.
Speaking about The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress on Alhurra television.
Speaking about opportunities for oral historians to conduct research at the Library of Congress with Oxford University Press
Speaking with the Law Library of Congress on why history is such an important part of who we are (and who I am!).
Named one of In the Capital's "50 on Fire" for 2013
Writing reviews and articles about oral history in the Oral History Review.
Sharing about the Veterans History Project and the importance of recording veterans stories on Mr. Dad's Positive Parenting Radio Show on the Armed Forces Radio Network.
Speaking about history communication on Temple University TV
What is the future of the Internet? Pew asked me and hundreds of other experts to predict what the future of the internet would be for its "Digital Life in 2025" report.
Talking with the digital preservation blog The Signal on why we're bringing scholars to the Library of Congress to study the impact of the digital revolution on society.
What is love in an online world? My essay one of this wonderful volume of pieces on love and the Internet, titled "Answers I'll Accept."
In The Capital followed me around for a day to learn what its like to bring scholars from around the world to the Library of Congress and share their research with the public.
Our astrobiology program at the Library of Congress has prompted congressional hearings by the U.S. House Science Committee. My tweet from the hearing was picked up by The Atlantic.
What is the legacy of 9/11 in New York ten-plus years on? My essay is included in this rich collection that finds meaning in the 9/11 attacks now more than a decade later.
Featured as Jewish Guy of the Week by Gather the Jews blogozine